Some prairie dogs in Commerce City are dying due to plague.
Flu Cases Increase In ColoradoThe number of pediatric deaths in Colorado remains at three.
Study Aboard Students From Colorado In Italy Told To Leave ImmediatelyThe coronavirus outbreak is taking its toll on college students studying abroad.
Coronavirus: Health Officials Say Coloradans Are SafeState health officials say they’re preparing as the coronavirus epidemic continues to reach new parts of the world.
23 Confirmed Cases Of Mumps Reported At KeystoneHealth Department officials in Summit County say a mumps outbreak at Keystone has grown. As of Wednesday, 20 people now have confirmed cases.
Shortage Of Masks Due To Coronavirus OutbreakIn Asia and elsewhere it is a common sight to see people wearing masks due to the Coronavirus, but now finding them in Colorado has become difficult.
Officials, School Districts In Colorado Prepare For CoronavirusOfficials with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are asking Americans to prepare for the spread of coronavirus.
Similar Stories of Breast Implant Illness Shared Between Colorado WomenThere was no name for it in 1992, but women with silicone breast implants were also comparing symptoms that seemed like autoimmune disease.
Thornton Teenager Undergoes Complicated Double Organ TransplantA teenager from Thornton, with a rare genetic disorder, needed both a liver and a kidney.
Flu Activity In Colorado Remains WidespreadInfluenza A is the predominant strain in Colorado right now.
CSU Helps Research Bats & CoronavirusA team of infectious disease researchers at Colorado State University are joining the fight against coronavirus.
Teen Becomes 'Ironman' After Surgery To Correct Sunken ChestCBSA teenager from Hawaii traveled to Denver for chest surgery.
Charlotte Stelmok Cardiac Arrest Patient, Thanks One Of The First Responders Who Saved Her LifeWeeks after going into cardiac arrest twice in one day, a patient met one of the first responders who saved her life.
Colorado Scientists Say Research Suggests Snake Venom Could Cure CancerA team of scientists at the University of Northern Colorado is one of the first to research the possible uses of venom compounds to battle various forms of cancer.
Cutting Edge Light Sheds Light On Bladder CancerMore than 80,000 Americans are expected to be diagnosed with bladder cancer this year.
National Donor Day Is FridayFebruary 14th is National Donor Day, an observance dedicated to living organ donors and spreading awareness and education about organ, eye and tissue donation.
Aurora Twins Born With Rare Heart ConditionSpend just a few moments with the O’Leary family, and it’s easy to see so much love in their small home.
Colorado Sees 2,000+ Flu Hospitalizations So Far This SeasonThe flu continues to remain widespread in Colorado. More than 2,000 people have been hospitalized with the flu so far this season in the state.
Some Coloradans Tested For Coronavirus Return With Negative ResultsFour more people have tested negative for the coronavirus in Colorado. Eight people have been tested so far in the state.
Teachers From Loveland Return After Coronavirus QuarantineThe pair was teaching in Wuhan, China where the Coronavirus first spread.
Parent Academy On Teen Suicide Held In ParkerThe Parker Police Department hosted a discussion geared toward parents, but was all about their children.
Mural To Honor Denver's First African American Female DoctorThe search is on for former patients of a beloved Denver doctor who died in 1952.
3rd Annual Opioid Safety Summit Brings Together Health, Legal ExpertsExperts from across Colorado shared their efforts to combat the opioid epidemic in our state.
Six Cases Of Mumps Confirmed In Summit CountyThe number of mumps cases is on the rise in Summit County.
Trinity Shores Tells Frightening Flu Story: 'I Wasn't Getting Oxygen To My Brain'Deaths from the coronavirus have now soared to more than 1,000 worldwide.